City of Boise Interpreter

In order to become a contract interpreter for the City of Boise, you must attend the training and pass a background examination. Once that is completed, you are available as an interpreter for all Boise City Entities (Boise Police Department, Parks & Recreation, City Clerk, etc.) and local law enforcement agencies (Ada County, Meridian &

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Interpreting

Information on Idaho Licensure can be found at IdahoRID’s website’s homepage IdahoRID (Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf) provides workshops and training here in the Treasure Valley. For dates and information visit their schedule here: IdahoRID Workshops/Training If you are interested in joining IdahoRID as a Dual, Associate, Qualified Educational Interpreter, Supporting or Student member,

Idaho Court Interpreter

Idaho Court Administrative Rule 52 mandates a priority of appointment the courts and their designees must follow when appointing interpreters to cover cases. The same states that certified interpreters should be used unless there is good cause to deviate. The Administrative Office of the Court has access to certification exams only in 16 languages. Interpreters

Idaho Medical Interpreter

A State certification program is currently not in place in this State. However, in order to become a Qualified Medical Interpreter (QMI) within the State of Idaho you must take the minimum 16-hour Medical Interpreter Workshop and pass a language evaluation at the end of the course. Both the certificate of completion and the language